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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE IMAGES Lethbridge, Alberta. Tiiosdjiy, June 24,191 :j PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 164 GO TO THE CARNIVAL AT THE FAIR GROUNDS TONIGHT GIVES THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR MEMORIAL iSPl Lord Strathcona's Gen--erous Gift to riucher , Creek's Worl-hy In-stitutioii Pincher CreeK, June 23.-Vcatcrday T\'as the thirteenth anniversary of the skirmish at Honing Spruit, South Afrioa, in v,hich a nuniher of Pincher Creek boys were killcfl, and while the day was fittingly ohsorvcri hy^ some oE the local churches, it was a day ot special elation on the part of the directors of the Memorial hospital, which was erected in commemoration of the events above referred tn. As has hcen so frnt|iiently stated in thciio coUirans of latei the maua^e-ment of the hospital have assiRned themselves the task of raisins the BUm of $3,son this year to wipe out the accumulated deficits of seven ot eight years, and to make some absolutely necessary improvements to the buildings and grounds. Their elation can therefore be better imap;ined than described when Secretary lioss" telephoned the glad tidings on Sunday morning that he had been advised by LORD STRATHCONA Lord atrathcona that His Lordship would be pleased to donate $1,000 towards the amount required. The only condition attached is that "Was Erected in Memory of Heroes oi' Honing Spruit, ill Houth A IVieii the board of directors must raise the balance of the .suni niiiiicd, viz.; $2,-500. .This they feel guile cerlain they can accomplish by means of their "Whirlwind Campai)!;n," which will be inaugurated in September. TO CLOSE PUBLIC PARKS Victoria, B. C, June 21.-Owing to the fact that there have been several thefts of valuable plants recently, a bylaw is to be introduced in Victoria to close the public parks ot the city after 10 30 o'clock every night. ? : : : DUKE OF SUTHERLAND ILL ? > - : of Sutherland is critically ill ? ? at his London home. He is in ? > his sixty-second year. : ? 'i ? ? ? ? ? > : ? RAYMOND S BRITAIN'S HONORED GOES Landed at Portsmoutli and Was Met l)y the Prince of Wales London, June 34.-The friendly, feeling between Ci-reat Britain and France was nianifestcd today on the arrival in London of President Raymond Poincare. The � French President is tu be the guest ot King Weorge ami the British nation until June 27. .AIf (he newspapers in editorial, articles today heartily welcomed the Frcucli President. President Poincare arrived olt Portsmouth early this morning. A(-1cr passing in review a.notable gathering of British war vessels he landed at the dockyard, where he was met hy the youyg I'rihce of Wales, %vho on this occasion ot his first important represontative function dis-� played great" coiiVppsure. The President and the Princi) of HVales, after receiving an address of welcome from the civic authorities; departed on the royal train for London, accompanied by a brillian-t staff of military and RAYMOND POINCARE-. naval o.lTicers. King Geprge>-was � at Victoria station to greet -the President. His Majesty attcr exchanging.a few cordial words with his guest, es- c El ' When two years ago, the Exhlbltloa (Board decided that nine buildings to jiccoiiimodate Uvc Btook at the annual fair should be built, and up to date they had never been filled, some thought it was a waste ot money, but. It they want that thought dispelled, all they have to do is to take a wulk to the grounds this week, and find the bulldlngis not only overcrowded, but Bome entries forced to find a resting place outsid�. From, a stockman's point of view, the 1�13 exhibition sets a now record. It Is without a single doubt, the finest ooUeptlon of fancy live stock ever assembled at one time between Calgary and the boundary. The cream of Canada, from Toronto to the Rookies, is there. Every class ds botcer filled this year than at any previous fair. The quality of the .stock is better, and in spite of this being the first fair on the circuit ot western cities, they � are all in good Bhow condition. In neajly every case they have been shipped direct from the owners' farms to Lethbrldge to commence the big circuit which ends in September. The horse entries display an admir-ablti group of horsefJesh, which bears 'out rhe contention of Alberta that it Is the Kentucky ot Canada. While there are many entries from outside the province, these are mostly In the fancy'classes. The hlg heavydraughts are nearly all from the province, and would take the blue ribbons in any parade. Shires, Clydes, Percherons, Belgians and Suftolks are there. The number of hackneys and roadsters is graater-than usual while there is also ft good following in the pony classes. There is one disappointment however. The Percheron class, on which the- Lethbrldge fair always prided itself, is Jiot up to the mark of other years. J, C. Drewry of the Glenvlew Ranch, Cowloy, has 11 from his stables >ut there are only three or tour other entries. Mr. Drewry is disappointed. The absence of Geo. Lane's string makes quite a dlilterence, and competition in this class cannot be expected to be very keen. However, Mr. Drewry will n>eet Mr. Lane In Calgary next week when. tha old, rivalry will once more be satisfied. A. Dollar, ot High River, is showing in the horse classes tor the first time. He has a fine string of Clydea, most of them imported for breeding purposes on his big ranch there. Horse Judging commenced this'afternoon, and will continue all day tomorrow. Mr. Richards will judge the Percherons, Mr. Swinnerton the Clydes and Shires and W. R. Lowes the light classes. These men are all from the government agricultural department, specially picked for judging these olaaaes. , The cattle classes are exceedingly well filled, the presence of so much dairy stock being the feature. The provincial government has sent down a carload of dairy shorthorns from their demonstration farms. They are a fine looking lot dt cows and will attract much attention.  At, the head of the herd is one of the finest bulls in the whole exhibition, probably one of the largest animals ever seen on the grounds. From lack of accommodation one herd of Jersey dairy cat-tie has been forced to take an outside enclosure. One look at the sheep and - cattle pens is enough to convluce anyone that Southern Alberta is bent on following mixed farming in future. Two years ago there was one little herd of swine in one corner of a building; Today there is one whole building filled, another building partly filled, while one of the cattle barns, has been encroached upon. The stock Is nil of the best, and will porve an educa-tlon to Southern, ^Itierta farmers who have come .to be convinced that there is money In the hog. CCoBtinued on piuto 10). Kino- Met Him in London -"Was Paid a Xation'si Honors ... '  cortcd the President to York' House, which has been placed at his disposal during his stay. They passed through lavishly decorated streets lined by the regiments of the' brigade of guards.-'liieir carriage was escorted by a" regiment of horse guards. , , Emm mm Advice Given by British Press to Smaller Canadian Municipalities ALBERTA'S GREATEST EfflBITl Committed on|^Yen Charges--* Other CilffgM'are Prefenfed London, June 24.-Comnrfent in today's papers regarding the indignation understood to prevail in Canada over Horne Payne's' recent criticism of Quebec bcrnwings, confirm the review of the situation given by: the Canadian Associated Press yesterday. "The inistake, in our ppinion," says the Financial Times, "is to class all Canadian municipalities in one category. Some of the smaller communities have been going the pace a little too much. These enterprising young communities should be chary of injuring their credit by risking a Tude rebuff in the money market, especially at a time like the present, when the market is glutted with cheap securities." The ,3tar points out that the attitude here is a warning that the time has arrived when Canadian borrowers must proceed iit a slowev pace. The e\'ll of overlcnding is as great as the evil of over borrowing. Doth must now be checked. The undermentioned recent loans are now quoted on the London Stock E.\ohange: City of Edmonton 6 per cents., at three-quarters of one tier cent, dis--count; Province of Manitoba.4per cents., at a half per cent, discount; City of Montreal 4Hper cfents., at 1% per cent, premium; City of Port Ar-. thur 5 per cents., at % per cent, discount; City of Prince Alberta 4V4 p�r cents., at % per cent, premium; Province of Quebec'4% per cents., at 2% per cent, premium; Province of Saskatchewan 4 'per cents., at 1% per cent, discount; Gity of Toronto 4 per cents., at par; City of Winnipeg 4% per cents., at 3% per cent, premium. Roland Swallow atid Wm. Creep, the two young)"ttorheateaders, who ^were committed;.for, trial on a charge of hbrse-st^Jjttg ,yoa(,prday afternoon, by Inspector''SJtt^*o^am, taced an-{�'Other charge of theft this morning before,. Supt. ,Wilson in a preliminary hearing. When Sergeant Ashe, ct the R. N. W. jr.'P., was down on the Mclntyre lease, gathering evidence in connection with'the former charge, he located twelve sets of harness stowed away in S\'i'ajlow's cellar. He also found a quantity of groceries in large parcels,'aiiij'an almost, complete outfit of gVaiilte;pots and pans.: His suspicion |vas atbused, and he returned to Leth. firidge" ;ahd looked up some ot John Timothy's men, ' Articles of this de-scripfldn had been stolen from one of Timothy's construction camps at Royal View last winter, after work was suspended. The men returned to. the homes'tead in an automobile with Sergeant Ashe, and identified the property. The preliminary hearing on the horse-stealing charge, took up several days and included seven counts. Yesterday the horses alleged to have been stolen, were identified by tha o'wners, John Taylor, Ei. Mallett and L. Leonard. The other complainants were Walter Rose, two head;. Rulke, three head, Du Pont, two head, and Mrs. Gerkely. one head. W. V. Poapst is attorney fcr the defendants. The second hearing was continued this afternoon, the accused being committed for trial on the eighah charjge of theft. Elected Councillor In �Maarath at yesterday^s bye-election TIEOOUMBELL LEGAi K ESTEVAN HIT BY A STORM Bstevan, Sask., June 24.-Following a hot day, a storm of cyclonicswlft-ness hit this town, wrecking skating rinks,a garage and baseball "bleachers." The loss is about ?12,000. WAS STRUCK BY LIGHTNI.iQG Reginn, .Tune 23.-One of the worst electrical storms in years visited Re-glna this afternoon. Joseph Lagerce, a Frenoh>-CI�nadian cairpenter, aged ,27, of Montreal, en^ployed on' the hew Benson, school, was struck by light-nips, and Instantly killed,........ MAN WHO SUICIDED AT GLASGOW WAS DETERMINED TO STAY DOWN Glasgow, June 34.-Peter Donaldson, a partner in the firm of James Watson and company, which suspended payment on June 11, drowned himself today at Kilcreggan, a watering place on the Clyde. The body was found in the river with a dumbeil tied around the neck and, another to one of the legs. Donaldson left bis liouse j'esterday morning. Relatives searched the hills and woods in the vicinity without finding him. They ^ then dragged the river and today Ihe body was brought up. A meeting of the creditors of the firm was called for today in Glasgow. ; LEVIHMER Edmonton, June 24.-A carload of pure-bred shorthorn dairy cat-tie from the 'Provincial demonstration' farms at Claresholm and Sedgewick, will be exhibited at Lethbrldge. fair. Hon. Duncan Marshall states that the department will also exhibit the shorthorns' at Calgary and Edmonton exhibitions. The animals will, not enter Into compotltlon for the jjijlzes, but are exhibited In order tp draw attention to the advantage of the chprthorn as a dual purpose cow, specially suited to the needs of A(bUrta fits in quite properly. And therfe. ii?-no doubt either that the crowds .^.1)1;,?; be there. . ;,t.'"j7, -(Coutiuued on .page 10).r',, � � �/iiC 0273 ?638 4 88 ;